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Sep 12, 2012 4:30am EDT
into a baltimore county school. what's being done to make sure your kids are safe while in the classroom. they thought the rec centers would be closed for good but baltimore city council president proposing an aidea to keep those sent -- an idea to keep the centers open many and total transformation. students at three local schools are going to have brand new libraries to study and hang out in. we will tell you what's so special as the first one is unveiled. thanks for joining us on this wednesday morning. i am megan pringle alongside lynette charles and there's a big celebration going on as the library opens so people will want to know how to dress and lauren cook manning the roads. now is a good time to leave. >> reporter: yes, we have little trouble on the jfx. so i will have more coming up in a bit. >> all right. right now the story is the fog. >> yes. we have the patchy fog and north and west you go. so patchy in nature. being careful. also, take the jacket again this morning. we are chilly. look at clarksville at 51 degrees. once again the temperatures in the low to upper
ABC
Sep 12, 2012 5:30pm EDT
connection party is one of many the foundation has been providing for the past 12 years. baltimore, i'm manny locke, abc2 news. >> all right. way to go. the orioles just announce add challenge it go orange. the team wants all elementary, middle and high schools to deck rated classrooms, gyms, feel with an orioles look. the winning school gets a visit by an orioles just before the final home series of the year. go to orioles.com/orange for more information. >>> we're hearing about the shooting at morgan, perry hill and yesterday. the student who brought the gun to stemmers run never had a chance to pull the trigger because the typier wrestled it away. in many cases parents find out about these incidents through social media. but is giving a cell phone helpful or exposing them to other dangers. what is the right age for cell phones? >> reporter: when shots were fired inside perry hall's cafeteria on the first day of school, parents didn't have to wait for a note. >> he called me and said mom, mom, mom. there's a shooting. a shooting. >> i said, what! >> reporter: security is one of the ma
ABC
Sep 12, 2012 5:00pm EDT
students in jeopardy. he was trying to escape the officer. tucked in a parking lot, a baltimore county police officer spotted a suspicious car. after he ran the tag and discovered it was stolen, it set into emotion a series of events that would end in gun fear. >> when he approached the vehicle, the driver moved in an attempt to flee, almost striking the officer. the officer used his service weapon and fired upon the vehicle. >> struck by a bullet, the suspected car thief sped away from the scene but he wouldn't get far. >> officers canvassed the area, were able to find it in the parking lot of the high school. this is away from the school, near the football stadium. we believe it has nothing to do with the high school. >> reporter: paramedics transported the suspect to shock trauma. meanwhile, an investigation continues into the shooting and the unnamed officer has been placed on administrative duty. the car was reported stolen. there were no citizens endangered in that light. jeff hague are, abc2 news. >>> some tense moments at the forbush school. a 15-year-old boy told staff
ABC
Sep 12, 2012 6:00pm EDT
. >>> just one day have the officials said a gun was wrestled away from a baltimore county middle school, a student was taken into custody about joking about having a gun. the 15-year-old had been put in a timeout room when he told the staff he had a weapon, then he said he was kidding about having a gun. police were called to the school and took the teen into custody. he has been charged with disorderly conduct. >>> the teen accused of shooting a student on the very first day of school at perry hall high school will have his bail hearing. he is scheduled to appear before a judge at 9:30 tomorrow morning. police say gladden brought a handgun to school, assembled it and fired shots in the cafeteria, hitting a classmate. >> with all this stuff going on, we touched on this topic yesterday after the second violent incident in as many weeks and we talked about the effects it can have on a child. >> interestingly, some of the research suggests when children see news reports about an even, they think every time they see that report, it's happened again. so that actually speaks to the job
ABC
Sep 11, 2012 11:00pm EDT
baltimore but how long will the streak last? stay tuned for the forecast. >> you know them. they are the ones who don't watch what they eat or drink but still don't gain weight. blame it on the bacteria. the news starts right now. >> we start with new information, 70-year-old norman gate wood charged with breaking the law that let his grandson get his gun. a 13-year-old rode the bus to school with a gun. when he showed it off during class the teacher was quick to wrestle it away, pin him down until more help arrived. nobody was shot but everybody was scared. >> i understand it was just a fight at the school there was a lockdown. seemed road there was a lockdown for the school on a fight. so i immediately rushed up and shortly after that got the kids out. >> reporter: the teacher is being praised for putting her life on the line to protect her students. that make itself to gun stories in two weeks in baltimore. >> parents you want to know if your child will be safe . >> reporter: there are the obvious concerns following two incidents of guns in schooling now concerns over how to make scho
ABC
Sep 12, 2012 6:00am EDT
baltimore county schools in just a mat he of two weeks. >>> also ahead this morning, how you like them apples a highly anticipated press conference from the company.and more slots more stores. maryland live casino opens up the second phase so what n you expect when you go to gamble? we have a little sneak peek at what's going to make the casino a little bit more jazzy. in the meantime, thanks for joining us on this wednesday morning. we are down one person and that is because charley crowson and his wife at the hospital. we are on baby watch this morning. >> yeah. >> lauren cook has a look at traffic. lynette has the weather and how is it going out there. >> looking good. >> yeah. a little foggy right now in carroll and frederick county. if you are in the areas be extra careful. a lot reduced visibility. >> good to know for the roads. what about how long it will stick around. >> it will stick around until certain the sunrises but it's chilly so you need to grab the jacket or sweater as you step out the door this morning. you will be able to put it away through the afternoon. but l
ABC
Sep 12, 2012 4:55am EDT
and traveling into baltimore city, you want to watch out for some trash bags. a lot of trash bags actually along the southbound lanes of 83. that's right between cold spring lane and druid hill. there are no problems to report on 95 moving through white marsh. just 15 minutes from the beltway into the city and here's what 695 looks like at quarantine road. nothing to get in your way. it will be nice and clear traveling across the key bridge and it will remain that way from parkville up to towson. over to you. >> all right. thanks so much. >>> 7 minutes after 5 right now. if your breakfast food includes cheese this morning, you want to check the packaging. there's a reason why. there's a recall that could have you throwing out cheese products so you don't end up in the doctor's office. >> reporter: three new libraries are unveiled in baltimore city public schools. i am sherrie johnson and i will have a sneak preview coming up. what does fall smell like? head north, to someplace pristine like acadia national park. there is nothing like the parks this time of year. the falling leaves
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